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Ken Burns takes viewers inside “The Vietnam War”

Brie Coder, Courier Staff

October 30, 2017

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The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is known for showing some of history’s most important documentaries. Recently, PBS showcased Ken Burns’ “The Vietnam War.” Burns and Lynn Novick co-produced the miniseries that traces the...

“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” has audiences laughing out loud.

Alyssa Hohman, Edge Editor

October 23, 2017

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 “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is a sequel just as funny as the original “Kingsman”. The combination of the writing, the cast and outrageous stunts make for a hysterical comedy.  Returning to their roles include Taron Eg...

One of Us” portrays Hasidic isolation

Nicholas Ebelhack, Editor-in-chief

October 23, 2017

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“No one leaves unless they’re willing to pay the price,” seems easy to say for any situation, but in the Netflix documentary “One of Us,” Hasidic Judaism defectors show that the price of freedom is a constant constrai...

“Pentatonix” loses bass singer Avi Kaplan

Alyssa Hohman, Edge Editor

October 23, 2017

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For those who have not heard of them, Pentatonix is a popular a cappella group originally from Texas. The group has sold millions of albums, won three Grammy Awards, has released many albums, and millions of followers on YouTu...

“Scandal” final season full of unexpected twists and turns

Kaylee Kramer, Courier Staff

October 23, 2017

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 ABC fan favorite, “Scandal” is back in action for its final season. Viewers are anxiously waiting to see how this thrilling television show ends.  This most recent episode starts off by former President Fitzgerald Grant (To...

Cuphead is a fun and affordable game for all

Nicholas Ebelhack, Editor-in-chief

October 16, 2017

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“Cuphead” needed to be amazing to live up to over three years of hype after being announced at 2014’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, and fortunately, it exceeds those expectations by finding the sweet spot between charm a...

Star Wars : The Last Jedi

Alyssa Hohman, Edge Editor

October 16, 2017

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This past Monday,  during halftime of the Bears-Vikings game the trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” premiered. The trailer was chalk full of information and teasers about what will be in the new film. Throughout the trailer w...

“Big Brother” season finale leaves fans confused

Shyanne Thomas, Courier Staff

October 16, 2017

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It has almost been a month since the season 19 finale of “Big Brother” aired. I don’t know about you, but man, do I have so many mixed feelings and thoughts about this past season. Let us take a minute to recap a little bit...

Manson’s new album has a horror feel to it

Brie Coder, Courier Staff

October 16, 2017

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 With Halloween just around the corner, Marilyn Manson’s new studio album will leave you feeling like you are in a horror film. The shock rocker recently released “Heaven Upside Down,” a 48 minute concept album, whi...

“Grey’s Anatomy” is back and better than ever

Kaylee Kramer, Courier Staff

October 9, 2017

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 The one thing that makes “Grey’s Anatomy” such an interesting show to continue to watch season after season is the complexity of the stories. There is the continuous story as we follow the lives of the doctors working ...

“Drunk Dial” is emotional and relatable

Shyanne Thomas, Courier Staff

October 9, 2017

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Are you looking for a good read? If so, “Drunk Dial” by Penelope Ward might be for you. Ward is a New York Times, USA Today and No. 1 Wall Street Journal best-selling author, so in my opinion, her book is worth reading. In s...

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